Find out if you need fire or fuel then go from there. First thing you do. if car wont start. check the wires make sure they are attch good. if bettery is new and the Alternator is new. might possbile wire not attach good check that. or check the Fuse under the dash. have to check all and until you found it. good luck.
You might have a bad battery, a poor connection between the battery and alternator, or a bad ground from the battery.
Your alternater might have to be replaced. Chances are your battery was not faulty. Your alternator most likely needs repairing or replacing.
no. you might have to reset the clock and radio.
Check the battery direct with a volt meter, while running. Should have around 14 volts. Less than 13, then might have to replace the alt.
The alternator,or starter might need replacing,or the battery might be dead.
Your battery might be bad, or so might the alternator, or both. A bad alternator will ruin a good battery over time, and vice versa.
check for a drain on the battery. It sounds like something is drawing power from the battery all the time. Also make sure your connections are tight and clean. A lose ground wire will drain it instantly.
alternator needs to be replaced. battery also might be a problem due to the alternator not charging it
could be the alternator or starter sounds like the alternator if the battery is gone flat get the alternator tested at auto parts or garage jump charging the battery might get you out of trouble for a bit
The alternator might not be charging the battery
You might have a bad battery or your alternator is not charging the battery.Easy way to do is to take your battery to the auto part store ( Auto zone, Pepboy..) and let them test it for you.If it bad just change it.If it's not then your alternator might be bad.
A quick way to tell if there might be a problem with an alternator is to remove the positive side battery cable from the battery while the vehicle is idling. If the engine dies, odds are there is an alternator problem.
Your alternator might be bad and not charging your battery properly.
Check the fusible link coming off of the battery.
check the alternator for most cars the alternator is wat powers the car the battery is for accesories... a quick check for alternator wit out having to disemble it tunr on ur car disconnect the postitive cable on the battery if car stays on then the alternator is good and the actual battery itself might be bad
The alternator may not be charging it enough. With the engine running at an idle check the voltage at the battery with a DC digital voltmeter. It should read from 13.5 to 15.5 Volts. Anymore, or any less, and the alternator is suspect. You might also have a defective battery.
Well it could be the external regulator on the right side of the engine compartment or a bad alternator . First I would have the battery checked to verify the battery is good but only after fully charging it , then try replacing the regulator first because its cheapest and if the alternator is in fact bad it should be replaced with the alternator anyway. If the regulator doesn't help then It's probably safe to assume it would be the alternator. I've had a loose plug on the alternator also that would keep it from charging, you might wanna check that and all your connections first.Hope this helps.
Could be. But it might be an alternator problem instead of a batery problem. You need a good alternator to keep the bttery recharged. I wouldn't run out and buy a battery without getting the alternator checked.
Or theres a bad ground to the alternator and/ or battery. might have got a ground from the jumpers. Alternators do not 'get' juice. The alternator is the appliance under the hood that uses engine power (while the engine's running) to recharge the battery and supply additional DC electricty to some components. If you can jumpstart your car, and it dies immediately after pulling the cables off, you have a very dead battery, and possibly a dead alternator. Try replacing the battery with a brand new one. After the battery is properly installed, start your engine and check the battery voltage with a DVOM. it should be charging at 13.8 - 14.6 volts DC. If lower than this, replace the alternator. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, tow the car to a mechanic. alternators do get juice. They require a field voltage to operate.
Bad Alternator, Bad Battery, loose cables
WELL MY FRIEND YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE BATTERY PROBLEM YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK YOUR ALTERNATOR,BECAUSE AS WE BOTH KNOW YOU KEEP CHANGING THE BATTERY AND IT KEEPS GOING DEAD YOU HAVE A CHARGEING PROBLEM WICH COULD ONLY BE (BATTERY,ALTERNATOR,STARTER).CHECK THESE THREE FIRST I HOPE THIS HELPS
try playing with the battery cable connector. mine had a bad connection and it wouldn't turn over every once in a while. you might need new connectors
A lot of new vehicles have a master system fuse under the hood that might be blown. I've found that the wire from the alternator to the positive terminal (which runs the actual charge to your battery positive terminal) is sometimes bad. You can bypass it by adding a wire at the small post at the back of the alternator then running it to the positive battery cable (attach it any which way). The original wire is the small one which runs attached alongside the battery cable. Bypassing it will let you see if it is bad or not. I actually have left the new wire on this way and never stalled or had starting problems since. Try it even though your battery is fully charged.
You could have a bad battery, or you might find that your alternator is not charging. You can almost always get a local shop to put the meter on both battery and alternator to check the charging system.
Remove the serpentine belt take out the bolts that hold the alternator to the engine disconnect the wires from the alternator Yes, but first step: remove the negative battery cable from the battery. You might get some fireworks otherwise.